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  1. 4 minutes ago, Aereldor said:

    More than enough for your specs, but if you tell us what your budget is and where you're located, we could find you a PSU which'll last longer and be good enough to support many future upgrades. 

    my budget is quite rough around 50 usd or 2,500 php im from the philippines thanks for helping

     

  2. 2 minutes ago, boggy77 said:

    yes, it would work. but there are far better psus out there for a similar price, so not sure why you would want to stick with a bad quality one that won't allow any upgrades

    how about bitfenix bpa600 600w 

  3. 11 minutes ago, boggy77 said:

    ryzen 3 2200g ,biostar A320mh, 1 8gb of ddr4 ram, wd green 240 gb ssd, and thats it doesn't even have a gpu

  4. 36 minutes ago, minibois said:

    I wish it was that easy 😢

    Both are slightly out of this budget, but these would be the cheapest PSU's I would be comfortable recommending.

    https://pcpartpicker.com/product/FL3H99/seasonic-s12iii-500-w-80-bronze-certified-atx-power-supply-ssr-500gb3

    https://pcpartpicker.com/product/Q7L7YJ/corsair-cx-2017-450w-80-bronze-certified-atx-power-supply-cp-9020120-na

    reason I asked is because if it's for example a non-standard case, a new PSU might not fit in the current case.

    i guess i'll be taking the seasonic s12III 500w 80+ bronze atx psu then

     

    thanks for the recommendation bro really means a lot

  5. 12 minutes ago, minibois said:

    I wish it was that easy 😢

    Both are slightly out of this budget, but these would be the cheapest PSU's I would be comfortable recommending.

    https://pcpartpicker.com/product/FL3H99/seasonic-s12iii-500-w-80-bronze-certified-atx-power-supply-ssr-500gb3

    https://pcpartpicker.com/product/Q7L7YJ/corsair-cx-2017-450w-80-bronze-certified-atx-power-supply-cp-9020120-na

    reason I asked is because if it's for example a non-standard case, a new PSU might not fit in the current case.

    i tried to scan around the case hoping to find something but there's nothing 

    thanks btw

  6. 22 minutes ago, TofuHaroto said:

    Efficiency is how much power the psu draws from the wall to supply the needed power for the build. it has nothing to do with quality. 

    Budget? what are you powering? and location and currency? the thermal take smart is pretty bad and i personally would not use it.   

    my budget is around 25-50$ (1200-2500pesos) in my currency, location is philippines currency is peso, the standard voltage in our country is 220V with 60Hz

    thanks for helping

  7. 16 minutes ago, minibois said:

    The 80+ rating is about the efficiency of the PSU. Your house's voltage is probably somewhere between 120 and 240 volts, but your PC parts don't run at that voltage. They mostly run on 12v, 5v or 3.3v power.

    A PSU takes your mains 120-240v and converts it to 3.3v-12v power. In converting this power, there is some ineffeciency. The 80+ rating has various level (white, bronze, silver, gold, etc.) with varying levels of efficiency but they start (as the 80+ name suggests) at 80% efficiency and go up.

     

    Anyways, this efficiency rating is mostly irrelevant when picking out a PSU, because it is not a quality rating. There are numerous components in a PSU, which need to be of sufficient quality.

     

    Without knowing what PC parts you're getting, it's hard to say what sort of quality of PSU you need (as you can imagine a system with no videocard vs. a dual RTX 3080 needs a way different quality tier of PSU).

    This Thermaltake PSU is not great though and I cannot recommend it.

     

    Please list the components in your PC (at least the CPU, videocard and case) and rough budget on the PSU for some different recommendations.

    thanks for your reply its very informative I almost thought that 80+ ratings are quality ratings

     

    anyways here are the specifications of my low end pc:

     

    ryzen 3 2200g(and a stock cpu cooler)

    Biostar A320MH

    WD Green ssd 240Gb

    1 stick of 8Gb ram (planning to buy another one)

    a 24 inch led monitor

    i don't have any GPU

    and planning to add 2 case fans

    don't know what brand my case is though but it's a generic one that comes with a psu

     

    my budget is around 25-50$

     

    thanks for helping bro

  8. 25 minutes ago, HanZie82 said:

    Yeah i think to get most eyes on it, is make a seperate topic for that question. (USD works but since it needs to be sourced localy also local currency helps, there are ppl from all over the world in here.)
    Remember the better you make that post look the better the results might be. ;)

     

    Also pretty sure if you not planning on putting a GPU in there 500Watts is way overkill.

    The CPU would barely reach 100Watts used then a HDD is about 5-10Watts mother board takes around 20Watts. So you could even do with a 200Watt PSU.
    But to be safe i would recommend a 300Watt-ish quality PSU.

    thanks for the advice

     

    As I was browsing the web I got my eyes on this, is this a good one? or its not?

     

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  9. 9 minutes ago, HanZie82 said:

    dont have a lot, is that 150 or 25?
    Give us more info, like budget, region and you alreday said spec a bit so thats good. Just the rest. ;)

     

    for budget I'm assuming it's in usd, can I get a decent one at around 25 to 50 usd? I only have a low end pc btw a biostar A320MH, ryzen 3 2200g, a1 stick of ddr4 8gb or ram(planning to buy another one), a WD 240 sata ssd, and an acer V196HQL monitor, doesn't even have gpu.

    I'm from the philippines btw thank you for your help

     

  10. 29 minutes ago, HanZie82 said:

    Yeah since a PSU can take other hardware with it, no thank you. I would not take any risks...

     


    I will not buy or use a shitty PSU, in the hope the manufacterers of those shit PSU go bankrupt and we only have good ones left. :)
    (i know, but a man can dream cant i.)

    do you have any suggestions then? just need 500 watts 

    dont have a lot of budget though but can you suggest a pretty decent one

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